Here is a list of Canadian airports (in alphabetical order) and their websites. Many of these give airline listings, arrival & departure times, and information about ground transportation.

Also, for those airports covered, are the appropriate editorial page about each airport.

Airports Across Canada

View of baggage carousels at Winnipeg International

Here are the links and  our  editorial page about each airport:

See these airports on a map:

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Air Travel

The Story behind many of Canada’s Airports

When World War II began in 1939, Canada, Great Britain, New Zealand and Australia agreed to have Canada host the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP). Its mandate was to train Allied aircrews for the Second World War, including pilots, navigators, bomb aimers, wireless operators, air gunners, and flight engineers, and required the construction of airfields across the country fopr the purpose of training them. Over the war, from 1939 to 1945, over 130,000 crewmen and women were trained.

Air training fields were built in every province except Newfoundland (which was not yet part of Canada). During the program, there were 107 schools and 184 ancillary units at 231 sites  which were staffed by 104,113 men and women, and equipped with 10,906 aircraft.  The BCATP aerodrome runways became civil avation airports in dozens of Canadian cities and many become the country’s military airfields.